Definition of West Highland
: a breed of small very hardy beef cattle from the Highlands of Scotland having thick shaggy hair varying from dun to brindle or black and long curved horns set widely apart
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Origin and Etymology of west highland
from West Highlands, western part of the Highlands of Scotland
First Known Use: 1761See Words from the same year
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